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“Roamer” – 56′ Classic Custom Commuter Yacht – 1930 – $65,000
ROAMER is a 56′ vintage custom commuter yacht which has been partially restored. She has an opulent three-stateroom interior featuring Honduras mahogany panelling, and leaded glass cabinets. The Master Stateroom is forward with a double berth, bath, and private bridge deck access. The dining room graciously accommodates her guests, and features an adjoining bathroom with a ball-and-claw bath tub. Aft of the salon and dining area is the galley, which can accommodate all food preparation needs for an on-board chef. ROAMER has all new wiring and plumbing, tanks, batteries, refrigeration, and more. Her bottom has been redone in kevlar (Cutts method). She will need additional restoration and reinstallation of her motors.
Offered at $110,000. A package deal including completion of the restoration can be negotiated.
Currently located in Georgetown, Maryland.See full listing page »
“Meridian” – 56′ Huckins Out Islander – $495,000 SOLD
Well known classic Out Islander model, the “Meridian” has just completed an extensive 18 month refit/restoration. The work included re-wiring, re-plumbing, all new mechanical equipment with the engines and the Huckins v-drives being re-built, new bridge and the addition of a lower helm station.
Considering the extent of the restoration, the vessel can truly be classified as a 1964/2010 model. She is in ‘as new condition’ mechanically, structurally and cosmetically. This is an unusual opportunity to acquire a well known classic in virtually new condition at approximately one-half the investment.
“Acadia” – 43′ Pilothouse TRAWLER – 1961
ACADIA is a trawler-style vessel designed by Bob and Carl Lane to cruise the coast and live aboard in comfort and style. This handsome vessel has been extensively rebuilt and professionally maintained over the past 15 years and is nicely equipped for extended cruising.Besides being a well kept vessel,she has a very attractively appointed and inviting living space.See full listing page »
“Annie Glynn” – 43′ Penbo Cruiser Trawler – 1966 – $89,500
Annie Glynn is a 43′ single screw auxiliary motor sailor with wheel house and center cockpit built in 1966 at Penobscot Boat Works, Inc of Rockport, Maine. A classic downeast cruiser constructed of 1 and 1/4″ carvel planked cedar over 2″ x 1″ sawn bent white oak frames on 10″ centers. All fastenings are bronze [...]See full listing page »
“Sea Lark” – 1960 42′ Carl Matthews Double Cabin Flybridge Cruiser – $99,500
The Sea Lark is a classic boat in its original configuration. It has been substantially rebuilt and the work has been performed in a first class manner. The hull and deck are sound and the life of the boat has been substantially increased. Her outward appearance is excellent. The interior, also in its original configuration, is attractive and well maintained. A 2007 survey is available on request.See full listing page »
“Penchant” – 42′ PENBO Fifty Fathom Trawler – 1967 – $39,000 Sale Pending
PENCHANT is an Offshore Cruiser with a great deal of Downeast character.Her commodious Great Cabin aft has been fitted out with a trademark woodstove and built-in furnishings.She sleeps 5-6 people.
A Perkins Diesel (160hp) is the power plant and there are two 130 gallon fuel stainless steel tanks.The fresh water capacity is 122 gallons.
Attractively priced for an immediate sale.The boat has been out of the water for 2 years uncovered,so there is a need to have a rigid survey and we know a complete paint job.See full listing page »
“Lovely Lucy” – 2000 Little Harbor WhisperJet 38 $255,000 SOLD
The Little Harbor WhisperJet 38 features a modern deep-V hull designed specifically for jet drives, with an innovative twin chine configuration that minimizes waterline beam for performance and fuel economy and maximizes interior volume for accommodations.
The twin chine eliminates annoying “wave slap” common to many boats while at rest. Dead rise angle is 17 degrees at the transom. The classic hull profile has an aggressive bow overhang and low-profile deck configuration.
Lovely Lucy also features a unique, custom aluminum flybridge with auxiliary helm station.
The helm area has been designed to position all instruments and controls at their optimal location in relation to the helmsman. Raytheon chartplotter, radar and other electronics renewed in 2009. A work area is located across from the helm so traditional charts can be used and, with Raymarine repeater and binnacle at this station.
Her large and comfortable cockpit salon has an L-shaped settee and casual seating for four. Below, interior accommodations are both straightforward and commodious. The owner’s stateroom forward includes a large U-berth (as opposed to the typical narrow V-berth) with two 36-inch wide berths that can be converted into a double with a filler piece. There is a large hanging locker and numerous drawers and storage lockers. A private owner’s head and shower is located on one side. Further aft, the layouts a large galley to port with cold-plate refrigerator and freezer, propane stove and abundant storage lockers.
The elegant yet functional interior features solid American Cherry trim. The overhead panels are covered with padded fabric and are completely removable. Main bulkhead surfaces are Formica, drawers are solid cherry, and locker doors are Formica with cherry trim. Doors and drawers feature Kroon flush positive-lock latches and roller bearing drawer slides. Cabin soles are varnished teak and holly.
The main engines are surrounded by a carefully engineered, soundproofed compartment, making the raised salon a comfortable, quiet place while underway, even at high speeds. The water jet system is located well aft for easy access via hatches through the aft deck. The water jet configuration eliminates the need for external shafts, props, and rudders, thereby removing a substantial amount of running vibration and allowing one to virtually run right over floating hazards – such as trap buoys – without fouling. The resulting shallow draft also allows one to safely gunkhole shallow waters off-limits to most boats of this size. As a final benefit, the water jet provides superior maneuverability in tight quarters utilizing twin jet configurations.
The hull and deck are built of molded fiberglass using Vinylester resin and foam core. The hull lamination is further reinforced with a Kevlar hybrid to increase collision strength and add stiffness. All fuel tanks are welded aluminum. Structural bulkheads are cored fiberglass bonded to hull and deck. All deck hardware is polished stainless steel. The deck and hull joint features a low maintenance molded rail with optional teak cap that can be varnished or oiled. Decks and cabin tops can be finished with contrasting non-skid. A molded rubrail with stainless striker is provided.See full listing page »
“Lively Lady Too” – 36′ Rich Brothers Commercial Tour Boat – 1971 – $65,000 SOLD
Lively Lady Too is a USCG approved commercial tour boat for 40 passengers and is berthed in Camden, Maine. The business and the boat are for sale and there is a June 2006 survey available as well as complete financial information regarding the business.See full listing page »
“Kay Dee II” – 36′ Classic Coastal Cruiser Sedan – $115,000
Kay Dee ll is a fine masterpiece that has been very well taken care of by her knowledgeable owners.She is built of the finest woods and beautifully appointed and one of the best express cruisers ever built.She is a head turner in any harbor with a good turn of speed, good electronics,new batteries and inverter
Call for her history and recent survey. She is listed below her market value.
The owner is most keen to sell this vessel this fall and will consider taking back a note for a year with a 1/3 downpayment for a qualified prospect.
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“Whistler” – 35′ Duffy Downeast Cruiser – 2003 – $249,000 INACTIVE
INACTIVE Whistler was launched in October 2003 for a brief shake-down cruise and then returned to Clark Island for finishing. Clark Island is known as a commercial boat builder and consequently Whistler is built to commercial standards. She is heavy and sturdy. The wheelhouse is constructed of nida core to save weight and keep the [...]See full listing page »